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LEVEL 4 QUIZ

1. What is the file extension for an AutoCAD template file?


DWT DWG TEM DWF

2. Should you create your own template files?


No, AutoCAD has them all pre-loaded No, I like to make extra work for myself No, I will never use them Yes, because I want to be efficient

3. What is the difference between a regular AutoCAD drawing file and a template?
You can't draw in a template file. There are no layers in a template file The only major difference is the extension You cannot save dimension styles in a template file

4. Why should drafting companies use templates?


So that their drawings are more consistant To save their drafters time To make it easrier for employees to work on other's files All of the above

5. Which object doesn't have an endpoint?


Circle Arc Line Rectangle

6. How many snap points does a circle have?


2 3 4 5

7. Which Osnap is indicated by a diamond?


Endpoint Centre

Quadrant Tangent

8. Which key do you press to cycle through the Osnaps in an area?


Control Space Alt Tab

9. Which linetype has the longest lines and breaks?


Hidden Hidden 2 HIdden X2 They are all the same

10. Which command allows you to change the Linetype Scale?


LT LTS LS LTSC

11. How many linetypes are there?


64 128 256 You can create your own, so it is unlimited

12. Which linetype is available when you start a new drawing?


Solid Hidden Straight Continuous

13. What filetype can be best used with Microsoft Office?


DWG DWF DWF WMF

14. What do you need to do to a SV$ file to use it woth AutoCAD?

Save it to a floppy disk or CD Open it up Rename it with a DWG extension Rename it with a DXF extension

15. Which filetype is best used for publishing on the web?


DWG DWF DXF WMF

16. Which filetype is an AutoCAD backup file?


BAC BAK DXF BUP

17. Which objects don't have grips?


Lines Blocks Xrefs All objects have grips

18. How many grips does a circle have?


2 3 4 5

19. How do you cycle through options when a grip is active?


Control Alt Space Tab

20. With default settings, what is the color of a 'hot' grip?


Red Green Blue Yellow

21. Which option (of the area command) would be best for checking the area of a rectangle?
Picking points Object Add Subtract

22. Which object can you use the Mass Properties command on?
Circle Region 3D Face Cylinder

23. How many points can you pick with the Distance command?
1 2 3 4

24. Which command allows you change the definition of the object?
Mass Properties Define Properties List

25. If an Xref in your drawing gets changed, what should you do?
Detach it Bind it Reload it Unload it

26. What is the benefit of using Xrefs?


Keeps file sizes down Better for multiple designers to work on Gives you the latest revisions All of the above

27. What is the first step in working with Xrefs?


Detach Attach

Unload Reload

28. Does it matter where you insert an Xref?


No Only in mechanical files Only if I created it Yes

29. Can you set system variables yourself?


No Yes, all of them Some of them Only the 'Read Only' ones

30. What is one common system variable?


LTSCALE FONTSIZE CIRCLERAD All of the above

31. To see a list of all system variables, you type:


SYSVAR SETVAR SEEVAR GETVAR

32. When should you set system variables?


All the time Never When you're bored Only when you REALLY know what you are doing

Answers
You should review before moving on. Here are the correct answers to the questions you got wrong: 1. DWT 2. Yes, because I want to be efficient 3. The only major difference is the extension 4. All of the above 5. Circle 6. 5 7. Quadrant 8. Tab 9. HIdden X2 10. LTS 11. You can create your own, so it is unlimited 12. Continuous 13. WMF 14. Rename it with a DWG extension 15. DWF 16. BAK 17. All objects have grips 18. 5 19. Space 20. Red 21. Object 22. Cylinder 23. 2 24. Properties 25. Reload it 26. All of the above 27. Attach 28. Yes 29. Some of them 30. LTSCALE 31. SETVAR 32. Only when you REALLY know what you are doing